Badlao Foundation’s Khadi and village industries unit has six spinning and weaving centres. the foundation has trained around 24 beneficiaries under the foundation’s Rural Employment Generation programme from april 2006 to march 2007 and created self employment for 17 persons on regular basis.
Khadi – the word conjures up images of Mahatma Gandhi and the Swadeshi movement he led. For a long time khadi was associated with the country’s freedom struggle and politics. Here we take a look at its history, exploring the story and significance of this textile. Khadi is not only a type of dress material but it is an idea of development and a movement. Khadi means handspun and handwoven cloth. In 1918 Mahatma Gandhi started his movement for Khadi as relief programme for the poor masses living in India's villages. ... Gandhi saw it as the end of dependency on foreign materials (symbolizing foreign rule) and thus giving a first lesson or real independence.
The broad objectives of Khadi and Village Industries Commission are, providing employment, and producing saleable articles with the wider objective of creating self-reliance among the people and building up a strong rural community.
'The spinning wheel represents to me the hope of the masses. The masses lost their freedom, such as it was, with the loss of the Charkha. The Charkha supplemented the agriculture of the villagers and gave it dignity.'
We have four Outlets and two Manufacturing unit over Jharkhand state those are as follows :
Khadi grmauddyog bhavan Mihijam , khadi bhandar Jamtara, Khadi emporium amladahi, Khadi gramudhyog bhavan Ranchi these are the outlets of our organisation. There are two manufacturing unit in Mihijham one is in Kewarjali and another one is Rajbari. In Kewarjali there is manufacturing unit of raw material and Rajbari is the readymade centre of all the khadi garments.